I really hadn’t read the book of Job ever, and still haven’t read it all. It’s a complicated book. The rhetoric is complex and deciphering the wrong counsel from Job’s friends and the right counsel from Elihu can get pretty tricky. If you grew up like me, all you came away with from the book… Continue reading And God said, let there be leviathan
I came out of Trader Joe’s the other day and saw this magnificent cloud. I had to look at it for a minute because I thought maybe it was smoke coming out of some chimney. It had a strange look about it. But I think it was just the way the winds were blowing, though… Continue reading where is our pillar cloud?
I’ve said it before and I’ll say again. Waiting can really suck. There are few things less fun than waiting for an answer at the point where you honestly don’t care what the answer is any more. You just want one. Any answer will do. At least then you can move on. But maybe we… Continue reading my wait muscles are getting a workout
The Comparison Game always get us in trouble. ALWAYS. From the very beginning, if you consider it this way (as I have so you should also) that Adam and Eve started out with a comparison. They thought I can continue in peaceful perfect bliss with what I already have in the Garden, which is way… Continue reading who wins
How good it is to believe, no matter what, that God is good and He loves little children more than even we do, and we find rest in His grace and mercy.
I think we learn that in a brand new way as parents! I know I am. It’s one thing to trust God with our own bodies because we can buck up and suffer and it’s only our own pain. But watching your child suffer is a whole new ballgame, isn’t it?